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by Betsy Dru Tecco

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ISBN:
082396681X
Author:
Betsy Dru Tecco
Category:
Arts Music & Photography
Language:
English
Publisher:
PowerKids Press (January 1, 2004)
Pages:
48 pages
EPUB book:
1393 kb
FB2 book:
1851 kb
DJVU:
1780 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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This book explains how to draw some of Japan's sights and symbols, including Japan's flag, Himeji-jo Castle. Grade 3-6–These books open with a discussion of the respective country's history and culture, followed by a profile of an artist.

This book explains how to draw some of Japan's sights and symbols, including Japan's flag, Himeji-jo Castle. The heart of each title is a series of spreads, with a page of matter-of-fact text describing a specific sight, animal, person, or symbol opposite step-by-step drawings and instructions on how to sketch it. The style is reminiscent of Lee J. Ames's drawing books.

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Presents step-by-step directions for drawing the national flag, an Arabian camel, a pyramid, and other sights and symbols of Egypt. Age Range: 4 and up. Grade Level: Preschool - 3. Series: Kid's Guide to Drawing the Countries of the World. Library Binding: 48 pages. Publisher: Powerkids Pr (July 30, 2004).

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This book explains how to draw some of Japan's sights and symbols, including Japan's flag, Himeji-jo Castle, and a Sumo wrestler. From School Library Journal: Grade 3-6–These books open with a discussion of the respective country's history and culture, followed by a profile of an artist.

Part of the A Kid's Guide to Drawing Countries of the World Series). Select Format: Hardcover.

Kid's Guide to Drawing the Countries of the World. Look at a globe of the world and Japan appears to be a tiny string of faraway islands. By (author) Betsy Dru Tecco. From Samurais to Sumo wrestlers, kids can learn about and then draw some of the exciting people who represent Japan. They can admire the beautiful temples that were inspired by Japan’s two major religions, Buddhism and Shinto, and learn about the history of a royal family that spans 2, years on the throne, the longest served in the world.

Presents step-by-step directions for drawing the flag, national bird, national flower, and other sights and symbols of Japan. No current Talk conversations about this book.

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This book explains how to draw some of Japan's sights and symbols, including Japan's flag, Himeji-jo Castle, and a Sumo wrestler.